Turning their roster into more Canadian wouldn't be a bad idea. There are tons of great talent in Canada that are not used. There's tons of feds in Canada with top talent that Impact could tap into. Also they could do cross-promotions with these feds. That is all Great. But I wish Impact would have tried to do that way back and make themselves a southern US fed. Create a good southern territory fed travelling to the same cities. And when you have success in this small area, you can grow. Sometime I feel like they tried to be too big too soon. Oh well. But at the end of the day the biggest reason why ROH is doing better and always better word of mouth than Impact is one of BRANDING. What is Impact, what was TNA? Not sure. What is ROH, I see the emblem, I see the style of wrestling and it's for the hardcore fans of a certain style. I can understand why a young man would see the promos and publicity and might be attracted to it. There's nothing about Impact that excites anybody or capture the imagination, regardless of who they have on the roster. Compare that to LU, it was something innovative and progressive and badass. Part of the reason for that is that Impact are still run by old guys like Dutch Mantel. You need a visionary, a younger man to shape them and who would understand what young men would be attracted to. Someone like Court Bauer from MLW for example.